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  • abbr. Korean Broadcasting System
  • abbr. Kyoto Broadcasting System
  • abbr. Kellogg Biological Station
  • abbr. Knowledge-based systems


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  • KBS, which is based in Newport Beach, Calif., was represented by

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  • During his stay in Seoul, Miller visited with the execs at KBS, which is suffering from some cutbacks to their children programming.


  • Female sportscasters at local cable TV sports channels such as KBS N Sports, a subsidiary of state-run KBS, are very popular among baseball fans not only because of their professionalism, but also due to the feminine qualities they bring to the job.


  • “They wanted to tidy up everything as early as they could,” said Holloway, who is the latest in a number of former Slipstream riders moving to KBS this offseason.

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  • KBS didn't fare as well: It was repaid about $7 million for its $15 mezzanine position.

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  • An unidentified hedge fund also held about $43 million in mezzanine debt, while KBS REIT held $15 million in mezzanine debt.

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  • If North Korea is going to reform and open up, its political system should also be ready for reform and openness, but I think it appears that they are not prepared yet, Kim Sung Hwan told KBS Television .

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  • KBS Realty Advisors Cos., a real-estate investment company that has been making some aggressive office-building acquisitions, is close to yet another bet.

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  • An untraded real-estate investment trust managed by Newport Beach, Calif., - based KBS has agreed to pay about $115 million in cash for the National City Tower in Louisville, Ky., according to a person familiar with the deal.

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  • Over the summer, KBS REIT II acquired a trophy office building at 300 North LaSalle in Chicago for about $655 million, or about $500 a square foot, the most ever paid for a Chicago office building on a square-foot basis, according to Real Capital.

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